A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary: For the Use of Students

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Swan Sonnenschein & Company, 1894 - English language - 369 pages
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Page 109 - VI. may, to be allowed, be able to, have opportunity to, be compelled to, must; Germ. mussen 'to be obliged to', OFris. mota, OS. moton, OHG. muozan, Goth. ga-motan 'to have (find) room
Page 117 - AO.CP (This vb. is often used periphrastically w. another vb. in the inf., to denote the simple action of the latter. The compound is best translated by the historical aorist of the second vb.) : attack, assail : act, .¡EL (âg-).
Page 33 - Somner. He afterwards describes scotale as a contribulion due by the tenants, to purchase ale for the entertainment of their lord or his steward on the fee.
Page 175 - In the cases which terminate with e the a of the root is often replaced by ю.
Page 33 - ... or perhaps the ale given by the seller to the buyer on concluding a bargain. (ВТ.) drincorc sin. drinker. drinctet sn. drinkiug-vessel. driorig = d reorig drisn sf ? false hair. drit(Mw. 677, 809) dirt. dritan sv? [S382J •cacare.
Page 133 - S343] 1. (used substantively w. gen.) a certain one, some one, something, one.
Page 127 - a feeling as if the cavity of the body were full of water swaying about?
Page 101 - AS. times, was only money of account ; only the penny and its fractions were actually coined.

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